The man who was commissioned to draft this country’s first ‘use of force’ policy for the T&T Police Service in 2011 says he believes Police Commissioner Gary Griffith is being misunderstood when he uses the statement “one shot, one kill.’
Force Science analyst Michael Goodridge sat on both committees which first came up with a policy in 2011 and later reviewed it to make it clearer for officers in 2016.
Over the last few days, Griffith has faced both criticism and support for his catchphrase, ‘one shot, one kill.’
With the “rainy” season in Trinidad and Tobago beginning next month, the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) subregional headquarters for the Caribbean is taking its Damage and Loss Assessment (DaLA) methodology training to Tobago.
The training will run from Wednesday to Friday this week.
ECLAC says its DaLA training course will provide participants with an increased capacity and awareness for disaster risk reduction on the island.
Britain’s Royal Navy is sending an International Maritime Training Team to Port of Spain to deliver two weeks of Offshore Patrol Vessel training to the Trinidad & Tobago Coast Guard (TTCG) in January 2017, a statement by the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office says.